In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(book/performance/athlete) de primera(athlete/book/performance) de primer orden(idiot/bore) de marca mayor
- The texture quality is first-rate, creating highly detailed objects, environments and vehicles.
- Stop by for a drink before dinner and even come back afterwards to enjoy first-rate music and fine company.
- Institute faculty will, of course, play an important role in providing a first-rate, quality program.
- Simple, rustic meals, focusing more on quality ingredients, such as first-rate olive oil.
- But the writing and the direction are excellent, absolutely first-rate, and I cannot resist it.
- Construction throughout reflects first-rate craftsmanship and excellent attention to detail.
- It included two first-rate composers and several excellent performers.
- Twenty first-rate musicians and singers perform on this album, adding colour, texture and contrast to the songs of the little Yorkshire lass.
- His mathematical work, though not large in quantity, was first-rate in quality.
- My fellow students and I had some first-rate teachers and two excellent and highly-respected heads.
- She has great reserves of iron ore, although mostly not of first-rate quality.
- As a senior club, this was their second team, yet their hunger and quality was first-rate.
- The film is a delightful romantic and comedic concoction with a first-rate cast and excellent production values.
- The quality is first-rate and orders are processed quickly.
- After customer satisfaction, be sure to leave a first-rate impression about the quality of your company.
- If you want a bit of class, golf, first-rate diving and hurricane parties, think mid-Atlantic.
- The presentation quality of the book is first-rate and technical errors are generally minor.
- I've seen more first-rate cinema in the past five weeks than I have in the past five years, and now I'm getting into the books as well.
- Visitors to an inn in the Langdale valley are being treated to some first-rate clarinet music by an accomplished European musician this summer.
- The image quality on this disc from Warner Brothers is first-rate.
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